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For further information please refer to the following resources:
Aker, Jenny. 2015. “RainWater Harvesting in the Sahel – CIERP.”
Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa. 2016. “Agroecology: the bold future of farming in Africa.”
Biazin, Birhanu, Geert Sterk, Melesse Temesgen, Abdu Abdulkedir, and Leo Stroosnijder. 2012. “Rainwater Harvesting and Management in Rainfed Agricultural Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa – A Review.” Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C, Recent Advances in Water Resources Management, 47–48 (January 1, 2012): 139–51.
Burney, Jennifer, Lennart Woltering, Marshall Burke, Rosamond Naylor and Dov Pasternak. 2010. “Solar-Powered Drip Irrigation Enhances Food Security in the Sudano–Sahel.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107, no. 5 (February 2, 2010): 1848–53.
DfiD. 2013. “The Potential of Small-Scale Biogas Digesters to Improve Livelihoods and Long-Term Sustainability of Ecosystem Services in Sub-Saharan Africa.”
FAO. 2001. “Mixed Crop-Livestock Farming: A Review of Traditional Technologies Based on Literature and Field Experience."
FAO. 2009. "Enhancing Crop-Livestock Systems in Conservation Agriculture for Sustainable Production Intensification: A Farmer Discovery Process Going to Scale in Burkina Faso." Integrated Crop Management, vol. 7(2009).
FAO. 2016. “Agroecology: The Bold Future of Farming in Africa.” Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA).
FAO. 2018. “Livestock and Agroecology.”
Oakland Institute. n.d. “Conservation Agriculture in Tanzania.” AFSA.
Purcell, Randall. 1997. “Potential for Small-Scale Irrigation in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Kenyan Example.”
Reij, Chris, Melinda Smale and Gary Tappan. 2009. “Agroenvironmental Transformation in the Sahel.” IFPRI.
Reij, Chris. 2014. “Improving Food Security in the Sahel Is Difficult, but Achievable.” World Resources Institute.
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